Sexy Bunny Day 2013

Happy Sexy Bunny Day!

Sexy Bunny Day is a cross-webcomic celebration of Easter – with sexy bunnies! 21 webcomics are participating by posting images of their characters dressed in a bunny costume for easter. A list of the participants is below; visit each to see their awesome bunnies. This is the first annual Sexy Bunny Day (SBD) as organised by United Webcomics.


(FYI – vote image is used as a TWC vote incentive).

So which of Epic Fail’s characters bravely donned a pair of rabbits ears and a fluffy tail? You must be wondering. Is it Amuletts, the red-headed rogue? Or Tinuvielle, the sexy spell-slinger? Maybe Martin the muscular man-muffin? Or Dirk, the attractively brooding Paladin? Why no! It is Clodin, the dare-devil dwarf! He’s short, he’s hairy and he’s dressed as a bunny for your pleasure! (You may argue this doesn’t fall under the remit of ‘sexy bunny’ but he’s trying, okay? And theirs going to be some pervert somewherethat finds him attractive!)

Remember this is an international event so participants may be in different timezones. If someone has not posted their sexy bunny art yet please check back later. A list of all participants is below.

  1. Amy Lets – Epic Fail (No need to click this one – You’re already here!)
  2. Byron Wilkins – 1977 The Comic
  3. Cihan Sesen – Spine
  4. David Shirley | Fera
  5. Hiro Odan – Bridge University
  6. Hushicho – Incubus Tales
  7. J. E. Flint and Eric Flint – The Chronicles of Loth (Maybe)
  8. Jerry McMasters – Webcomic Pete
  9. John Kratky, Tobias Gebhardt, and Stephen Yan – Tales of Hammerfist
  10. Liz Staley – Adrastus
  11. Mark Egan – Back Office
  12. Melissa Stone – Children Of The Tiger
  13. Michael Balistreri – Black Snow Comic
  14. Mike Aston and Shaun Nicholls – Lacey investigations
  15. Nate Hammond – Jazz and Jess
  16. Niauropsaka – Raspberry rain
  17. Nick Gonzo – Execution Day
  18. Peter Anckorn – By The Book
  19. Phil and Max – Indifferently Evil
  20. Uncle Greedy – Steampunk Gorgon
  21. Yellowgerbil – Zoe The Vampire
Blog Epic Fail Related News & Announcements

Epic Fail wins 3rd in TGT Tournament

Last year I went on the TGT Webcomics Podcast to talk about Epic Fail and as a result was put into their yearly Tournament: Episodic Battles, where all the episodes are put head-to-head and voted on to decide which is best. There’s a video of Kurt Sasso announcing the winners below and he does a good job of describing the contestants and the action so I recommend watching it.

I’m going to describe what the TGT Tournament was like for me and Epic Fail. As you’re probably be aware, due to me hassling you for votes over the month of August, there are four rounds. The first three are head-to-heads, one-on-one, mano-a-mano… you get the idea. One webcomic episode must knock out the other, halving the contestants each round. At the beginning there were 40.

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The Drunken Fools Interview – Part 2

The Drunken Fools interview with Antoine Gagnon continues…

Click here if you haven’t read The Drunken Fools Interview – Part 1

Q6: Do you think ‘The Drunken Fools’ encourages or discourages excessive drinking and alcoholism?

A6: Neither of them. The target audience is obviously adults and I believe each one of us has to make their own minds in life.

Q7: Parlez-vous français? What’s it like having a bilingual webcomic and why isn’t it in other languages?

A7: That’s a great question (the 2nd part I mean) 😛

Oui je parle Français. French is my primary language. I actually speak 3 languages: French, English and Drunk… ok, just kidding for the 3rd one 😛

Having a bilingual comic is actually a pain in the neck at times. You can’t simply translate a script from one language to another, you have to adapt it. There are jokes, expressions, sentences that are very hard to translate/adapt due to the context on the story. And this adds more workload: need to write a script in both language and need to letter two pages instead of one (well, 2 separate Layers since I am lettering with a Digital Font) but still a lot of work.

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Drunken Fools Interview – Part 1

Antoine Gagnon takes the hot seat to answer questions about his humour webcomic ‘The Drunken Fools!

Q1: What is ‘The Drunken Fools’ about?

A1: The Drunken Fools is a webcomic where sobriety is overrated.

It all started with four friends in their mid-thirties, refusing to give up their college years of partying and boozing. But, it doesn’t end there for these guys. One of them, Spike, has been assigned a very Guardian Angel called Stubby to right his ways… it just happens to be a very powerful skunk.

Boozing jokes with a bit of fantasy… fiction or reality?

Q2: What’s so funny about being drunk?

A2: Dunno, don’t remember!

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Epic Fail in Epic Snowball Fight! – Comic Creators for Freedom!

Epic Fail's Amuletts supports Comic Creator's for Freedom

This Wednesday (11th Jan) is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. To participate I joined over 100 other comic creators in creating a fabulous wallpaper based on the theme EPIC SNOWBALL FIGHT! To get it you need to donate to Comic Creator’s For Freedom and the money goes to charities dedicated to the prevention of human trafficking and supporting its victims. Namely these are Love 146 and Gracehaven House. This is a very good cause so please donate and belive me when I say the wallpaper is EPIC and well worth it! If you don’t believe me just look at the preview below. The Donations Drive will last for two weeks, from Monday January 9th – 20th.

Comic Creator's for freedom wallpaper preview
The 'Comic Creator's for Freedom' wallpaper features female characters from all over the web, including Girls with Slingshots, The Dreamland Chronicles, Kukuburi, Earthsong Saga, Looking for Group, Love and Capes, The Dreamer, and tons more including Epic Fail! Donate today to download this unique, once-in-a-lifetime wallpaper.

You may not know it, but there are currently 27 million enslaved people worldwide- more than double the number of enslaved Africans during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. UNICEF estimates that 1.2 million children every year are sold into slavery, most of it sexual. The US Department of Justice estimates 16,000 victims of human trafficking are brought into the United States every year. Unlike slavery in the past, what is happening today is happening in secret. It won’t end until awareness is raised, and people like you and me take a stand.

To learn more about the CCA visit www.comiccreatorsforfreedom. To learn more about the problem, visit (Note: contains adult themes and actual accounts of sex slavery.)

Amuletts of Epic Fail supports comic creators for freedom

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